Smith Creek Pedestrian Bridge Connects Downtown Clifton Forge to New Public Park

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HNTB’s Winning 6th Street Viaduct Design Will Be A Sustainable Landmark for Los Angeles

October 25, 2012 by  
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AZC Unveils Plans for a Giant Inflatable Trampoline Bridge in Paris

October 17, 2012 by  
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There are plenty of beautiful bridges that carry cars and pedestrians across the Seine River in Paris, so awesome design firm AZC has another idea in store. Why not create a bridge dedicated to fun? Their inflatable crosswalk features enormous trampolines in the center of each of the three rings for people to bounce and flip their way over the water. With their eyes set on a strip near the Bir-Hakeim bridge, AZC wants their blow-up bridge to be a place where anyone can engage with their surroundings, and experience Paris like never before. Read the rest of AZC Unveils Plans for a Giant Inflatable Trampoline Bridge in Paris Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: azc , azc bridge , azc design , Eco Bridge , eco design , eco design paris , french design , Green Bridge , green design , green design paris , inflatable bridge , Paris , paris bridge , paris design , seine river bridge , seine river design , seine river paris , sustainable bridge , sustainable design , sustainable design paris , trampoline bridge

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Could Bricks Made of Animal Blood Be the Future of Construction?

October 17, 2012 by  
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Scientists have been trying to develop cheap, alternative building materials for years. But there’s one material that is surprisingly strong, secure, waterproof and perhaps just too creepy to handle: animal blood . Recent architectural graduate Jack Munro realized this abundant, greatly wasted substance, could be used as a building material in underdeveloped countries. However the controversial material is definitely a red flag for environmentalists already concerned about the numerous negative environmental impacts of the beef industry , while vegans and various religious groups will certainly not rest their head under a roof made of blood. Still, Munro argues that this innovative yet icky idea may have the potential to create new jobs and cleaner communities. Read the rest of Could Bricks Made of Animal Blood Be the Future of Construction? Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: alternative building , alternative building materials , blood , blood building , blood design , eco building , eco design , eco-materials , Green Building , green design , green materials , jack munro , recycled building materials , Recycled Materials , Sustainable Building , sustainable design , Sustainable Materials

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Crazy Green-Roofed Habitable Bridge Proposed to Span Acapulco Bay

April 8, 2011 by  
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